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Author Topic: BRUCE TURGON & PHILLIP BARDOWELL become PLACES OF POWER!!!  (Read 11026 times)
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« on: June 03, 2007, 08:18:31 pm »

Frontiers Records is happy to introduce one of the most exciting new signings ever! Places Of Power is a new moniker behind which two familiar faces are hiding the beginning of their newest collaboration.
Bruce Turgon (ex-Foreigner, Shadow King, Lou Gramm, Atomic Playboys) and Philip Bardowell (ex-Unruly Child, Magdalen) have started working together on a blistering set of new songs and have christened this new partnership as Places Of Power a name which, according to Turgon, "is very strong and meaningful to this project".

"Philip and I have a great working relationship and we have both a personal and shared inner vision" comments Turgon about this new venture, adding "we've spoken a lot about the kind of record we wanted to make and we found out we were exactly on the same page musically".
The fans can expect a magnificent melodic Hard Rock release, set to blend the best elements of Turgon's songwriting and musicianship together with the acclaimed powerful vocals from Bardowell, in order to create a real musical milestone akin to the best Foreigner and Shadow King albums. Something to get very excited about and that is planned to be released at the end of the Summer 07.
Both Philip Bardowell and Bruce Turgon are Frontiers Records recording artists. Bardowell released his album In The Cut in September 2005 while Turgon debuted as a solo artist with Outside Looking In in the November of the same year. Both albums gathered rave reviews from the press, including"
So many albums are released and reviewed, yet this one stands out as something a little different and something a little special. 2005 has been a year for the lesser known names and the surprise releases. Add Bruce Turgon to that list -
The music on Turgon's classy solo album reminds a lot of the albums he's been involved in the past so all fans of Foreigner will have a feast for sure. High quality AOR at your service! -
Bruce has crafted one of the best AOR/melodic hard rock albums of the year! Especially the fans of Foreigner will be pleased by this release! - Rock Report
Philip Bardowell released a mighty fine album filled with glorious AOR that will appeal to both fans of the old-school traditional sound of this genre and fans of more current releases -
I consider Philip Bardowell a true asset in these rather meager times for our beloved AOR/melodic rock genre - Rock Report

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